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  • Lydia Moody

Saturnalia Now Available in Print, E-book, & Blog

Updated: Mar 13, 2023

It's finally ready! The inaugural edition of The Midnight Collection is now available to order. The Midnight Collection is a quarterly collection of horror short stories and art all surrounding one central theme. The theme of this one is "Feast & Famine."



Saturnalia, my contribution to this cursed collection, is on page 4. It's about a true-crime obsessed candymaker who bites off more than they can chew when they attempt to solve the grisly murder of a friend. It also features an original drawing by me.

You can order the print copy on Lulu, the ebook on Kofi, and the blog version is available at themidnightcollection.wordpress.com so you can read it completely for free. It's also got the content warnings listed out there if you want a sneak peak of those before you buy.

The book is also listed on The StoryGraph which is like GoodReads but not owned by Amazon. Once you read our fine collection, please head on over there and leave a review. You can also leave a review on the Lulu product page for the print copy. Thanks in advance!


Everyone in the book worked so hard to bring some interesting frights, and the stories are diverse in subject matter, character, and setting, so you're bound to find something you like if you're a fan of dark fiction like all of us. Extra thanks goes out to our editor, Joseph Kelly, who really busted ass to pull all these stories together, format and design the book, pick illustrations for each story, and everything else that goes on behind the scenes (there are so many random little details to herd).


To sum it all up:

My artwork sneaky peak:


We aren't slowing down either! We have already picked the theme for the next book which will be available just in time for Halloween. Stay tuned for The Midnight Collection vol. 2: Dark Harvest. My story is about a heart slated for the black market that just won't stop beating. It's going to be an absurdly fun time.


Later, Moods!


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